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Job Seekers

NASW WI maintains a Jobs Listserv composed of all job openings we receive. This is a benefit for NASW WI members only. If you are a member and  would like to be added to the Jobs Listserv contact with the subject line Add to Listserv.


If you are an employer who wishes to advertise a job opening for social workers we have options for you! We maintain a Jobs Listserv for NASW WI members who have requested inclusion. There are about 300 NASW WI members on this mailing list. We will send job announcements of any length to members of the listserv at no cost to the employer. To submit an ad, send your job description to using the subject line Jobs Listserv.

NASW WI offers a variety of advertising opportunities to fit your needs.

WI Social Work Jobs

Social Worker – CPS
Marathon County Social Services Dept.

Make a difference in Central Wisconsin.  We have a current full-time social worker position available specializing in Child Protective Services.  Social workers provide a variety of case management services to families and children in the areas of child abuse and neglect, parenting, and financial and household management or to families and juveniles found to be delinquent or in need of protection or services, some of whom are placed outside their homes. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field and Social Worker certification required; OR ability to become certified within 6 months of hire.  Read more

Behavioral Health Therapist
UW Health, Madison, WI

We are seeking a Behavioral Health Therapist to:
• Perform assessments to evaluate AODA and other mental health related issues
• Determine the level of AODA and mental health treatment needed for each patient based on appropriate diagnostic and patient placement criteria Read more

Director, Department of Health & Human Services
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

With its mission of empowering safe, healthy, meaningful lives, the Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) provides a wide range of trauma-informed and person-centered services to children and adults through age 60. Programs focus on providing services for youth, families, and persons with disabilities and behavioral health issues. Read more